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Smudgemo

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Here you go, Shawn. Saved for posterity. Let me know if you need something more specific. You can see how the races are milled into the tube, and the bearings fit the spindle.

Rear end:
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Front end:
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The "exploded" view. Everything goes in this order, but the rear bearing needs to be pressed on with the spindle in place, of course.
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-Ryan

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Halo
Does spindle from the picture have a through hole?
I heard that some of them small haven't?
 

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Does spindle from the picture have a through hole?
I heard that some of them small haven't?
Yes. You need a draw bar to hold the collets tight, so it's bored all the way through.
 

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What kind of RPM range are tapered roller bearings good for in an application like this?
 

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What kind of RPM range are tapered roller bearings good for in an application like this?
Got me, but surely enough for what this mill is designed for since they were direct replacements.
 

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That is a first for me. I have never seen where the outer race (cup) of the bearing is an integral part of the spindle. I wonder how hard they are compared to with inner race (cone) and the rollers?

"Billy G"
 
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